Lucy A. Warner is a professional musician and award-winning music teacher.
About Zap! Bam! Now! Superheroes of Music:
Cynthia Freeman Gibbs is a native of Lansing, MI. She enjoys writing in quaint coffee shops, and is pursuing a pescatarian/pseudo vegetarian life. After obtaining her M.B.A. from Florida A&M University, she moved to San Antonio, TX where she currently resides with her husband.
Bartee Haile began writing “This Week in Texas History” in 1983 for small-town and suburban newspapers across the Lone Star State. Thirty-five years and more than 1,800 columns later, it is the most widely read and longest-running feature of its kind ever. Texas Entertainers: Lone Stars in Profile is his fifth book for The History Press.
John Knox recently retired from his position as President/CEO of St. Luke's Baptist Hospital in the San Antonio medical center. After 40 years in healthcare, thirty of which he served as a hospital president, he decided to write a book.
M. Ward Leon had a long illustrious career in advertising having started his career working with many of the advertising legends of the Mad Men era. While working on the Volkswagen account, one of his ads was inducted into the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Design.
Lonn Taylor retired in 2002 after twenty years as a historian on the staff of the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History. He is originally from Fort Worth and is a graduate of Texas Christian University. He is the author of numerous scholarly books and articles on the architecture and decorative arts of the Southwest.